Maroons FC defeated Luweero United FC 3-1, on Sunday at the Luzira Prisons Stadium to get back to winning ways.
Solomon Walusimbi provided a double for the One force army with both goals coming in the second half.
The other goal for Maroons came early in the first half as Fred Amaku scored off of a square pass from Walusimbi.
The second placed side on the FUFA BIG LEAGUE log were challenged towards the end of second half by their opponents, who got a goal from Brain Nsubuga in the 61st minute, but Maroons domina
ted most of the total game possessions.
Walusimbi Solomon pulls a man of match performance
Not only did Solomon Walusimbi score two goals on Sunday, he provided the assist on the other goal by Maroons.
Walusimbi s pass in the 37'th minute found a wide open Fred Amaku in front of goal who beat two defenders and finish goalie Kalumba straight into the back of the net, the forward later scored the club's second and third goal.
In Maroon's 16 FUFA BIG LEAGUE matches, Amaku has 10 goals and three assists while Walusimbi has scored 5 goals in 5 matches since rejoining the club in January.
Substitutes on the mark
In the 68th minute, Mohammed Senfuma decided to take Solomon Walusimbi and Godwin Kitagenda off of the pitch and replaced them with Silvestre Okello and Patrick Bayiga.
Bayiga and Okello registered outstanding displays on the pitch in the second half becoming one key parts of the defense back line partnering well with Maxwell Okello and Belmos Opio whenever Luweero United launch dangerous attacks.
After the third goal appeared on the score sheet Musa Ssali, Tusubira Abraham and Fred Amaku were subsequently substituted by Hadad Kambugu, Emmanuel Olinga and William Kiibi respectively, the boys calmed the intensity of the game maintaining the lead at FullTime despite the roars of Luweero United attackers led by old boy Derrick Mudali.
Emmanuel Akol, Ceaser Olega, Godwin Kitagenda, Belmos Opio, Maxwell Okello, Yahaya Luuti, Amanya Junior, Musa Ssali, Fred Amaku, Solomon Walusimbi, Abraham Tusubira.
SUBS: Amir Nalugoda, Silvestre Okello, Patrick Bayiga, Emmanuel Olinga, William Kiibi, Hadadi Kambugu, Julius Kizito.